Continuing with our series of in depth articles on how Polymath makes it easy to create regulatory-compliant security tokens, this article explains how Polymath’s whitelisting process works and how our protocol restricts token transfers so that only approved investors can hold tokens.
In this article we will go over:
- How Polymath’s protocol deals with restricting transfers not only during the initial issuance, but also in secondary markets.
- How to work with the token’s whitelist to accommodate different regulatory requirements.
In order to fully understand the contents of this article, I recommend you read our 3 part step-by-step guide on how to create a Security Token on Polymath. Link to Part 1: https://blog.polymath....
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